Since I’m a big fan of Becca and cream shadows, a while ago I picked up Becca Baroque Eye Tint to try. If you’re into subtle eyeshadows that you can wear everywhere, Baroque might just be the one for you!
Becca Baroque Eye Tint comes in a tube, which makes it more hygienic. It contains 7ml (0.24 oz), and you only need a tiny little for both eyes.
Baroque is described as a mushroom beige, but as you will see later it pulls pretty warm on me (mostly probably because my skin tone is quite warm). There is a tiny bit of shimmer in there, but it is hardly discernible. The texture is interesting. Most cream shadows I have tried have a much drier texture, so I was a little worried when I found the texture feels a bit oily and wet. Because of how “wet” it is, it gives you quite a bit of time to move it around. Baroque spreads easily and evenly, almost like an eye cream! However, once it sets it really doesn’t move! I don’t need a primer for Baroque to last all day on my lids, which is pretty amazing!
Baroque is very close to my skin tone once it’s on. Since I need a bit more shimmer in the inner half of my lids to help open my eyes up, I like to first use Baroque all over my lids before layering a more shimmery pressed shadow on the inner half and inner corner. It adds dimension, helps everything stay put, and is definitely subtle enough for every occasion!
For the look I used Becca Baroque Eye Tint all over my lids, Burberry Pale Barley on the inner half and inner corner. Some eyeliner and mascara later it’s done! It’s fast and simple enough, but my eyes are definitely brighter and more defined!
Bottom line: Becca Baroque Eye Tint has excellent staying power, and the color is very subtle but has dimension. Since it doesn’t crease, if you want something that you’ll be able to quickly swipe on for school or work, Baroque would be an ideal candidate!
Have you tried any of the Becca Eye Tints? Do you use cream shadows often?
Sunny, your beauty culture translator xx